Caleb Beaver (00:00):
And it reminds me of when that Vicky Chick,
Sevan Matossian (00:05):
They we’re live. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah.
Caleb Beaver (00:09):
And I can’t remember us saying anything bad about them either.
Sevan Matossian (00:16):
It’s so weird because I’m such a Well, first of all, I think if I had a body like this, I would dress significantly closer to how she dresses than how I dress. If I had a nicer body, look at these guys. You just don’t see me with my shirt off a lot cuz I just got, But those tailpipes you put on really loud. I have a tailpipe on my motorcycle that’s so fucking loud that no one, and it backfires. It’s say like a $1,200 or $1,500 custom made titanium pipe. I forget the name of the company, but basically no one, when I go riding, no one wants to ride behind me. Especially on the get fla
Caleb Beaver (01:05):
Sevan Matossian (01:05):
Noise. Oh, you get destroyed. And my bite, my Harley so fucking cool. It’s really low to the ground. It’s all fucking black. It’s got the absurdly large engine in it over 2000 ccs. And that’s kind of what Danny is. And I was just trying to think if she, cuz she said in that post, she doesn’t want people to talk about her body. I just,
Caleb Beaver (01:36):
That’s her biggest selling point.
Sevan Matossian (01:39):
Well, I just cannot fucking believe. What are we supposed to talk about here? The lemons? I mean that’s the whole point of this photo. The juxtaposition of these rocks and these yellow lemons in these waves. And then her titties and then the way this thing, the way her lies are lies <laugh>, the way her lies come out of her mouth, the way her thighs are folded, her direct look into the camera. I just don’t Oh, okay. Who likes calling? Oh, this is a post about doctor’s appointments about Steady md. I bet. Yeah. I thought it was about to show off all the hard work and dedication she’s put into her body. Yeah, she has to be lying. I’d be willing to bet. I’d be willing to bet. I don’t know.
Caleb Beaver (02:28):
What’s this one about?
Sevan Matossian (02:31):
Some of my favorite messages I get are from women who say I’ve given them confidence in their own bodies. So she does want people to talk about her bodies.
Caleb Beaver (02:41):
Sevan Matossian (02:41):
I wear shorts to the gym now because I’ve learned to love my thick thighs. Well, I’ve always loved them. No one had to teach me. I had never had to learn to love them from a young age. I like giraffes and I like cockroaches. I used to have cockroaches and I would’ve loved to have had a fucking giraffe. This picture, the first thing I look at is Alec Smith’s pants to see if he has a big dick or not. I cannot lie. <laugh>. And I go to to her second. And then the next thing I notice is that she’s not wearing makeup and I think she’s prettier. Like she looks more an aw naturale here. I like that shit. Wild myself. I don’t mind like a dread in the back and a big old bush. This is about the shoes right here.
Caleb Beaver (03:36):
Oh really? I would never have guessed
Sevan Matossian (03:38):
Caleb Beaver (03:40):
So much less likely to read the caption.
Sevan Matossian (03:42):
This is about the gains box that she got or no? Wait, what is that food? This has to do with food. I, She’s either lying or she’s playing a trick on us. For those of you who don’t know what I’m referencing, I’m referencing this post she made about people talking. Someone said, Do you get tired of people talk commenting? Oh, Gary’s here. Hi Gary. Yo, yo, yo yo. Was I
Bringing it? Bringing it? We’ll get back to Miss Spiegel later. No, no, I just, Oh, just not me. Just not me. Okay. What were you gonna say, Gary? You said, for those of you not sure what I’m referencing, you were about to explain. I was trying to get caught up. What? Oh, so this successful CrossFit athlete has this Instagram account that’s like back in the eighties. They would’ve called it, I don’t know what they would’ve called it, Maybe it would’ve been pornography or soft porn. But basically, basically now it’s just called Instagram <laugh>. And it says, someone asked her this. She said, Do you get tired of people commenting on your Body Seon podcast, for example? And then she wrote, Of course I do, but it’s not going to stop. But but did you see your Instagram account? What’s her name? It’s like, it’s me not wanting people to comment on my motorcycle being loud, but I have that tailpipe on it.
I live in an area where there’s a lot of Hell’s Angels and they ride around town, especially in the summer and they wear their jackets and you can stare at them all you want. They know what the fuck’s going on. They’re not like, Don’t stare at me. I’m a Hell’s Angel. What’s her Instagram? I can’t see Danny. D a n i Spiegel. It’ll come up quick. She’s got a shitload of followers, over a million followers. And then she says, Of course I do, but it’s not going to stop. So I’ve learned to just deal with it. I’ve long accepted that any man who has the audacity, I think that means she’s not used to guys who can speak up for themselves. I think she might be against that to get on a public platform. So she, she’s okay with it done that. What that says is that she’s okay with people talking about her behind her back and speak ill of women, which is just blatantly sexist.
Because if you’re gonna speak ill of people, it should not be determined based on their genitalia. Especially if he’s talking about her body. Maybe she was not referencing me. I didn’t even think of that. Maybe. Maybe someone else on the show said something. Maybe she really likes me. Maybe I’m reading into it too much on podcast. Are you saying she shouldn’t be flaunting it? No, no, no. She, I’m, She can do absolutely whatever she wants. I have zero issues with it. I just find some me, two things. I find it being lying because how can you have a whole Instagram account of pictures of yourself that are so fucking crazy? Provocative. Provocative in the sense that they’re highlighting her body, knowing that there’s millions of men out there, billions who like women and who are crazily attracted to women who are put on this earth to mate with women.
But then she says, she jumps to the conclusion that we spoke ill of her body, which makes me then think, Oh, I mean her account already shows signs of a little bit of a mental illness, but I don’t know her. So I can’t know that for sure. But then on top of that, to jump to the conclusion that someone said something ill of her body and then now she’s responding to herself. So she’s talking to herself. That’s the whole thing with going on with the woke crowd. And it’s not just the woke crowd. A lot of people do that. They talk to themselves. They have a response to something like for instance, someone cuts you off on the freeway and you have this response that you’re offended. And so you respond not to them that they cut you off, but to the fact that you were offended. And so then you flipped them off and now you’re in an echo chamber.
But it’s so fucking crazy to think that I would say anything bad about her body. I was in an REI one time shopping with my wife, and I think I’ve told this story before, but I was in an REI shopping with my wife and my wife’s trying on clothes. This is probably 2010. And she comes out and she says, I said, Oh, those pants make your butt look small. And the lady said Yeah, those pants do make your butt look small. And so she’s like, They look great on you. And my wife looked over at her and said, No, he doesn’t want my butt to look small. I’m like, Yeah, we’re CrossFitters. She worked hard. The pants shouldn’t make her butt look small. And I realized, oh shit, this woman thinks that. She thought, like I was saying that as a compliment, You know what I mean?
And I wasn’t saying that as a negative thing, but as an observation. But she jumped to the conclusion it was Coleman. Same thing was, ironically, I was at a Tony Buddings wedding in 2010. There were probably 500 people there, probably the entire L one training staff was there and there was a volleyball game. Is Tony Buddings wedding? Yeah. Oh man. <laugh>. What? And my wife’s sitting on my lap out on the grass and there’s a volleyball game going on at the wedding. And I told squeezed Haley’s butt, I felt it. And I go, Man, your butt’s getting big. And this lady next to me goes, You think that’s okay to say to a woman you think? And she goes, She just exploded on me and this late. And my wife turns around and goes, I’ve been trying to build up my glutes. I’ve been doing hundreds of air squats and weighted squats for a couple years now. It’s not an offense. And it was a trip It it’s trip when people do that, they just read into things. Little boys will continue to hate and inappropriate behavior to try and promote their own platform. I definitely don’t wanna hate as a mechanism for promoting my own platform. So I think that’s wrong. The little boy comment, I have super high levels of immaturity and it’s on them if they want to be shitty. I, I’ve I’ve never been, Well I’m not being shitty to you now, but I’m being
Okay. I’ll take it. I’m being shitty and it’s on me to not let it affect my soul. I don’t know what a soul is, but it is on you to not let it affect something
Gary Roberts (10:20):
Sevan Matossian (10:20):
On. But you could just take it as a compliment. I don’t understand. Is it because you just wanna play the victim? I don’t get it.
Gary Roberts (10:28):
I need to speak. You brought me on as a guest. Let me have an opinion.
Sevan Matossian (10:31):
Please. Yes, go. I apologize. Thank you. Take fucking control. Gary says Christ bro. Yeah. Okay.
Gary Roberts (10:36):
I’m on this girl’s account, I’m checking it out and it seems somewhat cleaner than you led me to believe.
Sevan Matossian (10:45):
Gary Roberts (10:47):
She’s definitely using her body to market herself. But I’ve seen far worse if you go down the rabbit hole of doing
Sevan Matossian (10:54):
Worse. Oh, not say worse. You seem far more explicit. Let’s not say worse. Yeah,
Gary Roberts (10:58):
Not, no, I’m saying
Sevan Matossian (11:00):
Not be judgmental, Gary.
Gary Roberts (11:01):
What I’m saying is I’ve seen far more trying to exploit the use of the body to get you to click on only fans or whatever. This is more like treating the body as art. It’s a work of art. Great.
Sevan Matossian (11:14):
It’s great. Great. I agree with you. I was comparing to what people have thought in the eighties. I agree with you. I have no pushback there. Yeah, keep going.
Gary Roberts (11:23):
Sevan Matossian (11:23):
I mean, I was talking about in the, in the eighties that this may have been the cover of some This one right here may have been the cover of some porno box when you used to walk into video stores. That’s all I’m saying. Oh, okay. Or this one right here. This could have been Halloween with your neighbor and it could have been the cover of some porn. That’s all I’m saying. But I agree. There was one over here. We were just complimenting Gary. Okay. Sorry Gary. I’m talking again. Go ahead. So I like watching her eat pizza. That’s all I see. That’s a
Mattew Souza (11:52):
Gary Roberts (11:56):
You brought up an interesting point and I’d just like to comment there is this, I feel like as a man we are, we’re in this weird world where we’re not allowed to comment on the body, but yet they use the body to market. But we’re not allowed to say anything. And it feels like unfair.
Sevan Matossian (12:20):
You recognize the play, you recognize the Playboy bunny here, right?
Mattew Souza (12:24):
Yeah. I thought that was a trifecta ad. What do you mean Playboy?
Sevan Matossian (12:28):
And Playboy was a magazine that in the eighties, little boys jerked off to. Right.
Gary Roberts (12:35):
They don’t anymore
Mattew Souza (12:36):
Sevan Matossian (12:37):
And right here she addresses a possibility of y’all ever want to talk about is when I’m starting my only fans. I mean she’s provocative.
Gary Roberts (12:46):
Sevan Matossian (12:49):
And clearly she worked hard for this body. Hey, you think she pegs He pegged. He and Marsden?
Mattew Souza (12:59):
Nah, they got friend zoned for sure. Okay,
Gary Roberts (13:04):
So hey Seon, can I change the subject?
Sevan Matossian (13:06):
Of course. Of course. I hate looking at super hot chicks.
Gary Roberts (13:11):
Sevan Matossian (13:12):
Just, and controversial topics.
Gary Roberts (13:14):
Before we get into why I’m on the show, I just wanna say that I clicked on your rich phoning video. It says The champ returns. And I gotta be honest, that really makes me happy to, I, I’ve always been a fan of Rich phoning ever since you introduced me to CrossFit. He was one of the very first videos I looked up. You of course were taught me who Rich Broing was. And I just wanna comment on the masters thing. When I worked for CrossFit so many years, the individual athletes, I’ll never compete masters, but I personally believe that could be the greatest thing movement of all time for him to support masters and to see more media supporting the masters. I mean as we push the limits of what the body is capable of, just as impressive to watch people going out in the upper age category. So I’m really excited to hear that he’s considering the individual master category.
Sevan Matossian (14:25):
Yeah, that is awesome. One final thing, this is also posted on Danny Spiegels and she’s saying say their names Black Lives Matter. I highly recommend this man right here, Michael Brown. I highly recommend you go watch every single video you can about him. And I choose all the liberal media news outlets. She’s supporting Michael Brown. It’s the biggest name on here. It’s This is fucking Bat shit crazy. This guy went into a fucking liquor store and beat up a fucking immigrant and robbed the store in fucking broad daylight. And when the cops pulled any 6, 5, 300 pounds and when the cops asked him to come over to the car, he reached in the car and tried to grab the cop’s gun. Don’t say the cop your brother’s nephew’s gun tried to reached into the cop car. And this is fucking mentally ill as a motherfucker.
Mattew Souza (15:23):
I think it’s just the populace. I honestly don’t think any of ’em are actually that educated on it. I think they’re just social media people. So the river’s flowing this way and we all hop on and jump on our tubes and flow down it unconsciously.
Sevan Matossian (15:36):
So you think the same reason she’s compelled to post this photo is the same reason she’s compelled to support a guy, a cop killer?
Mattew Souza (15:43):
Yeah. A hundred percent’s like Right. Fair. I mean, cop killer is your words. They may have a different agenda, but
Sevan Matossian (15:49):
Yeah, My words my words 100%.
Mattew Souza (15:52):
Yeah. But that’s what I think. Think a lot of people don’t put too much thought into it. They just want to kind of go with the flow and not rock the boat and make sure that their following continues to grow and get
Sevan Matossian (16:02):
Likes. I hope she does nothing to change her account but keep wearing smaller and smaller clothes. I love her fucking body. It’s fucking amazing. It’s, it’s an outlier for sure. And she obviously has worked hard and I hope she’s an inspiration to other people being strong and healthy.
Mattew Souza (16:20):
And I hope she comes on the show.
Sevan Matossian (16:22):
That would be cool too. But I also, for her own about it, her own sake, I hope she gets out of the fucking echo chamber because the world is so much fucking cool. Oh shit. Yesterday I look, she had 1.1 million followers. Now she has 1.2
Mattew Souza (16:35):
Sevan Matossian (16:37):
Gary, you’re back in your, Is it freezing where you’re at, Gary?
Gary Roberts (16:40):
What’s up man? Hi. My children are still sleeping. So I’m again in the garage. Although the last time I was out here, my family said that they heard me cuz I was speaking so loud because I’m so into what is going, Hey, who is Jeff on your, He’s like on your comments a lot. The last video I was on, he’s on your comments now. He’s like a mega fan. Dude’s a
Mattew Souza (17:09):
A bot. He’s a bot. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (17:11):
Is he a bot? Well here. Here he is putting us down. This is a round table of PhDs. He only likes to listen to the indoctrinated. He doesn’t like free thinkers.
Gary Roberts (17:21):
I can’t tell. So he’s a hater.
Sevan Matossian (17:24):
No, but he comes up with some creatives. Look at this Isev. You should do a poll. You should. Where is it? It’s
Mattew Souza (17:34):
Sevan Matossian (17:35):
You should do a poll on who of us has pleasured ourselves to Danny Spiegel pitch. Okay. Can
Mattew Souza (17:39):
We do that? Fine. Caleb’s
Sevan Matossian (17:43):
Fine. I approve of that. I approve of that. I’ve never gone to her web. I’ve never gone to her Instagram account and had a one fucking negative thought based on what I saw on the Instagram account ever. I’ve never looked at her and had one negative thought. There’s nothing she does that brings any negativity outta me. Except for when something comes out of her mouth.
Mattew Souza (18:02):
Gary Roberts (18:04):
Bro, the entire model of Instagram is to talk about drama. It doesn’t matter what you said. If you said anything, they’ll comment on it. Create a social media post on it, Content on it. That’s how the machine works, man.
Sevan Matossian (18:21):
Oh my tits are sore.
Gary Roberts (18:24):
Can I ask you something before we get into
Sevan Matossian (18:26):
Gary Roberts (18:28):
What is your end goal with the Seon podcast? Where are you wanting to be? The Joe Rogan of Fitness,
Sevan Matossian (18:37):
Not wanting to be
Gary Roberts (18:40):
Sevan Matossian (18:43):
Is done Box.
Gary Roberts (18:45):
Is that like,
Sevan Matossian (18:46):
No, I don’t wanna do that. I don’t wanna be stuck in this fucking category forever. Although I’m enjoying it more and more. I’m enjoying it. More and more. Like if at first I en have you pleasured yourself to the beacon of morality. Tooly
Mattew Souza (19:00):
Tooly. We only got 16 votes. Get that. We gotta get like 50 votes on there.
Sevan Matossian (19:04):
We we’ll check it. We’ll check it throughout the show. We can check it throughout the show. I haven’t
Mattew Souza (19:08):
Voted yet. <laugh>,
Gary Roberts (19:10):
How much streaming do you do a week? How much are you
Sevan Matossian (19:14):
Every day? It’s, It’s a daily show.
Gary Roberts (19:17):
Sevan Matossian (19:18):
Daily. Some. Yesterday was two shows.
Gary Roberts (19:20):
Holy shit, man.
Sevan Matossian (19:23):
And what I’m doing is, I mean basically all I know is CrossFit. Cause I’ve been doing it for 15 years and I, in every position from fucking the guy who cleaned the bathrooms to basically being the right hand man to the CEO forever and largest content producer in the history of the journal was there from in charge of everything that was forward facing to the outside world, was there from 300 gyms to 15,000 gyms on all seven continents. And so basically in some fucking silo, I’m an expert in the I don’t know exactly what silo, but in the realm of CrossFit. And I’ve so proud of the fact that it pushes the cure for the world’s most vexing problem. So I can rest my head at night every night, going to sleep, saying, Okay, I’m saving lives. This is something my kids would be proud of. This will be something when I go to heaven. And God says, What did you do? I saw right here. You threw a rock through window. I could be like, Yeah, but over here I shared the CrossFit protocol with some people you know what I mean? Cancels
Mattew Souza (20:25):
Sevan Matossian (20:26):
Out and it cancels itself out. And then I get through the pearly gates where me and Danny are naked.
Mattew Souza (20:32):
Gary Roberts (20:34):
The last time
Sevan Matossian (20:35):
She carries me around.
Gary Roberts (20:37):
The last time I was on your show, you told me I was gonna get a whole caboodle of CEO shirts. And I have yet to receive them. They’re in the mail. They’re in the
Sevan Matossian (20:45):
Mail. <laugh> you’re not the only one. Hey, will you text me your dress after the show? And I will make sure, Sure. I will make sure you get them your dress and your size and your wife’s size. She probably doesn’t wanna wear one. Is your wife mad at me still?
Gary Roberts (21:04):
No, I think we’ve moved on from that. She did message you again one time.
Sevan Matossian (21:11):
Very nice. Very, very nice dm.
Gary Roberts (21:13):
I was like, Dude, you gotta stop message Sivan. Every time you’re annoyed with me. She thinks that we get into some sort of debate, but it’s the testosterone speaking. She’s like, The testosterone is giving you an anger problem. Oh, I’m like, listen, no, I’m just frustrated because certain things rose in these issues have existed previous trt. You can’t go blame the testosterone. I’m just like, we just can’t seem to get along with, we’re going to parenting therapy. We cannot agree on how to raise children. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (21:48):
Oh, my wife and I didn’t fight for, So my wife and I have been together over 20 years. We fought for the first 10 years, The next five years we lived in absolute fucking bliss. And then we had kids and the fights came back. Yeah, because we can’t agree. I mean, it’s not even big, big issues. Wait till they get older and she sees you have a boy and a girl, Gary,
Gary Roberts (22:13):
A boy and a girl.
Sevan Matossian (22:14):
Yeah. She’ll try to protect the boy. They try to protect the boy. It’s their, but it’s their job. I just fucking be like, I’ll get you later, boy. I’ll get you later.
Gary Roberts (22:25):
Yeah. We’ve had two issues, The sex and the children. And I think the sex issue come to an agreement, but the children we’re going to therapy every Wednesday night to discuss
Sevan Matossian (22:38):
<laugh>. Is it fun?
Gary Roberts (22:41):
I don’t know if it’s working.
Sevan Matossian (22:44):
I think I would like therapy except just the whole time I’d be in there, I’d be like, Oh fuck, I should be fucking paying this money to Caleb <laugh> fucking given him a cent. I should <laugh>. I should really, should really this, it would eat away at my fucking juice. So I’m an Armenian man with the juice. So you could talk
Mattew Souza (23:05):
About it there at it. You could talk about it there. Maybe you’d feel better about it after
Gary Roberts (23:08):
You, My prime prime problem is that if the kid cries, I’m like tough. I’m like, Hey, you don’t get that right now. Tough. And she just will cater to any tear. And she says, I’m mean, And I’m How
Sevan Matossian (23:24):
Old’s your baby? How old’s your baby?
Gary Roberts (23:26):
She’s eight months. And my son, Hey
Sevan Matossian (23:29):
Dude, I don’t think that they’re hardwired to res. I don’t think you can fix that. I don’t mean to argue her limitations or anyone’s limitations, but I think when the baby cries, the mom has a physiological response.
Gary Roberts (23:46):
I know. So this one time he was throwing a tantrum, he was hitting his sister. And I was like, Hey, no, hitting your sister. How old is he? He’s two and a half.
Sevan Matossian (23:59):
Oh yeah, yeah. That has to be squashed.
Gary Roberts (24:01):
And I gave him a little timeout. And then when he was perfectly smiling when it was over, and then when he came around the corner, he saw his mom through the glass door. He just immediately broke down and had this fake tantrum. I was like, He’s totally manipulating you. He was smiling 10 seconds earlier and she’s like, he wouldn’t open the door. And I was like, Open the door. Let him open the door. I’m, he’s opened the door a thousand times. I’m not opening the glass door for him. And she goes, You’re so mean, You’re so, he’s gotta have a parent that’s nice to him. And I was like, I just told him, I said, Hey bro, I don’t care how much you’re tan, you open your own door. And so we had this whole therapy session on whether I was invalidating his feelings, <laugh>, because I called his tantrum fake news.
Sevan Matossian (24:47):
<laugh>. Hey, so do you know what I hear there? So here, here’s, here’s why. My wife and I never fought for five years because whenever we would have a disagreement, we could stay focused on the disagreement. So if it was like, Hey, don’t open the window in the morning, I’m just making that up. And she’d be like, No, open the window or whatever. And I’d be like, She might be like, It’s gonna let in flies. And I said, That’s okay. It’s more important we have fresh air. And we would go back and forth and stay focused on the issue. But the second she says, You’re mean, you’re no longer talk. And that’s the whole problem with all debate. She is no longer having the discussion and with you, she’s now attacking you. And you can’t do that. You’ll never, There’s no end to that.
Gary Roberts (25:31):
Well, that’s the whole point of the therapy is I was like, Listen man, you can disagree all you want, but every time you tell in front of my son that I’m being terrible to him,
Sevan Matossian (25:43):
Gary Roberts (25:44):
You’re setting this thing that when he’s 10, he’s gonna be like, Oh, I have a terrible father.
Sevan Matossian (25:50):
Well, he’s gonna learn to manipulate the world based on what the two of you are interacting. He won’t even do it thinking whether it’s good or bad. He’ll just start doing it to he. They just wanna get what they want. They’re just trying to get protection and food. As a baby, you just want protection in food.
Gary Roberts (26:07):
Anyways, we get in these big discussions, she’s like, Oh, you’re getting angry. The trt, man. The message is on. And I’m like raging. I’m like, The sisters existed before the trt, but I’m just finally
Sevan Matossian (26:26):
The end goal. What’s, I guess maybe you guys have to figure out what the end goal with the baby is. Is it to make him independent, capable and loving contributor to society?
Gary Roberts (26:39):
Here’s the thing, <laugh>. The thing s she grew up with no rules. No,
Sevan Matossian (26:49):
Gary Roberts (26:51):
No, just her parents were very soft on her. And yet she still did her homework. She was the girl who did excelled and achieved without ever anyone having to be like, she just did what was right most of her life. And I’m like, Well, not everyone is gonna be like you. If you don’t wake a kid up to go to school, they’re not gonna always get up on their own. And if they say no, you’ve gotta be tough going to school. And she thinks, because she automatically just did what you should do as a child and never gotten in trouble, the other others will do that. And I was like, I think you’re a rare species. Most people need to be driven a little bit. And I’m a little harder I guess. So we both want the end goal. It’s just how do you get there is the issue. But I digress. Let’s talk about,
Sevan Matossian (27:57):
Let’s, let’s start with the TRT made you more aggressive. Is there any validity to what she’s saying?
Gary Roberts (28:09):
I would say they’re, Here’s the thing. Here’s the thing.
Sevan Matossian (28:13):
Gary Roberts (28:15):
Sevan Matossian (28:17):
Gary is extremely intense. I agree. Jeffrey <laugh>
Gary Roberts (28:20):
Jeffrey. Oh yeah, yeah. That came up when we got together, we had deal breakers and her deal breakers was like, Hey, I want babies and I deal breakers. I need the hot ovens from the misses. You know what I mean? Right. And part of the reason I be, Cause I slipped on my, Oh, I promised to stay fit Season two, I promised to stay fit. And when I started slipping on my fitness, I stopped being as pushing for that loves. Cause I was like, I’m not really holding up my end. So I kind of backed off. But I started doing CrossFit in May and once I started getting fit again and rocking and crushing life, I started being like, Hey, where’s my loves
Sevan Matossian (29:11):
<laugh>? So yeah. Yeah. So
Gary Roberts (29:14):
I started being a little more aggressive because I’m like, I’m now holding up my end. I’m getting back into shape now. You gotta hold up your end. And so I’ve been more pushy and she’s thinking it’s, it’s the t r t, but it’s really just, I’m now doing what I said, I’m getting fit again. And anyway, so the timing of it is being confusing.
Sevan Matossian (29:41):
And you’ve even said that on the show. I’ve said, Hey, hey, how’s the TRT working? You’re like, I don’t know. And I said, How can you not know? And you said, Because these are the same physiological responses I got last time I started CrossFit.
Gary Roberts (29:52):
Right, exactly. But I would say, I feel amazing, dude. I’m.
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